As the only person who “writes” in the family, my mother would often trust me to write her speeches and even bio notes for events and gatherings she attends. She’s usually invited as a guest or keynote speaker in schools and universities, one of the key personnel in our region's Commission on Higher Education. This time, she messaged me on Facebook, she sends me a text file of her credentials and asked me to write a bio note for her for a gender sensitivity program she’s attending. It's simple and easy, but she needs it ASAP — as in a few minutes.
The problem I’m trying to solve:
To create a bio note in just a few minutes but still consider an appropriate tone and content that is presentable to their organization.
Here’s what Storytell gave me:
A.Dolores is an exceptional professional who shows great dedication and skill in her current role as CHED Region I OIC- Office of the Supervising Education Program Specialist. Her extensive experience and wealth of knowledge make her a highly valuable member of the CHED ROI Gender and Development Focal Point System. She is even appointed as the Agency Representative for the Regional Gender and Development Council Region 1 and the Regional Association for Gender Equality, Region 1.
With her attendance at numerous GAD seminars and training sessions, A has developed a deeper understanding of gender issues and has become a true expert in her field. She has even had the privilege of co-facilitating several conferences on gender issues sponsored by CHED, and has played an instrumental role in conducting multiple Gender Sensitivity Trainings for HEIs and partner agencies.
We are proud to have A as part of our team, and undoubtedly, her dedication and expertise have made her an invaluable asset to CHED and the entire regional gender and development community. We greatly appreciate her passion and commitment to this important work, and we look forward to her continued efforts in making a positive impact.